Thursday, 12 July 2018

New land, new swagger

Traveling across the pond never fails to put a little pep in my style step. The 'fits in the UK or Europe may not be insanely provocative in comparison to what I find on St. Marks or Myrtle Ave., but they somehow give me more life, more drive, more courage to serve some extra special looks upon returning home; similar to how the glass of bottom-shelf sauv-blanc in London somehow tastes better than it does in Brooklyn.

It might be the distance from home, the accents, or the foreign swagger that makes everything look, feel, taste, and sound better when abroad. Whatever it is, I'm into it.

I made my way through Lisboa, Porto and London, finding some inspo gems along the way. I may see the exact same get ups checking out fake sunglasses in Union Square tomorrow but I guarantee they won't give me the same feels.






Yes. That is Princess Di does Rih Rih. Here's a closer look for the nose bleeds: 



Monday, 21 May 2018

Global Warming Fashion Week '18

Is it possible that global warming has created an entirely new fashion season, in addition to all the other crap its dumping on us (pun intended)?

i.e.: 'Summer', 'Fall', 'Winter', 'Spring', and 'Be prepared for snow, rain, and sweat when stepping out to pick up coconut oil from the bodega'

As years go on, "Don't jinx it!" is repeated more often during yet another one of Spring's false starts. The action of switching out your wardrobe becomes a useless task. All 'slutty nurse' and 'slutty secretary' Halloween costumes look more like Canada Goose jackets and eyeliner.

That being said, with any new challenge comes new opportunity. These fine individuals stepped up to the challenge and showed the world that it is still possible to look fly while battling the elements:





Take a page out of their books and don't let fashion suffer as Mother Nature goes through the most. And recycle.